Sudden exit dilemma: BCCI fails to arrange return tickets for team India before final

Even though India departed from the ICC World Cup 2019 in the first semi-final losing to New Zealand by 18 runs on July 10 (Thursday) at the Old Trafford in Manchester, the team will have stay in Manchester till the final of the tournament in 14th of July as BCCI failed to arrange return tickets for the early departure.
Sudden exit dilemma: BCCI fails to arrange return tickets for team India before final
The Indian team reportedly left their team hotel in Manchester on Thursday but they were left stranded in the city.
A BCCI official has told “Most of the boys will be in Manchester till July 14 and leave from there. Tickets are being booked after the campaign came to an end yesterday.”


“The  players will start leaving in batches and groups to their preferred destinations as per availability of tickets,” said the BCCI official as quoted by PTI.

Some players will return to India, while others might leave for different destinations for enjoying a 15-day break after playing the marquee event for the last seven weeks.

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India will next play against West Indies in the series comprises three T20 Internationals starting from August 3, two of which will be played in Florida, USA.

This will be followed by an ODI series scheduled to start from August 8. The tour will also see a two-match Test series starting from August 22.

In the final of the mega ICC event, hosts England and New Zealand will lock horns at the Lord’s on 14th of July.

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